Archive: May, 2014
  • May

    District takes to street

    Seventeen district member took to the street in an effort to promote water safety and Wear Your Lifejacket to Work Day, May 16.
  • Let the angling begin

    Hundreds of anglers showed up to participate in the opening day of trout season at the stocked Ross Run Fish Habitat Improvenment Area, April 12.`
  • Plant a seed; grow a future at Tionesta Lake

    Tionesta Lake Project Staff and 10 of their children, ages eight to15 participated in National Take your Daughters and Sons to Work Day on April 24. In keeping with this year’s theme, Plant a seed; Grow a Future, the group planted two types of saplings, Sawtooth Oaks and American Chestnuts.
  • New access point at Shenango

    Shenango Lake partners completed a project to provide another access point to the river for paddle sport enthusiasts and anglers.
  • Pittsburgh District Helps Small Businesses Build Big

    The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Pittsburgh District participated in a day-long networking event, Dynamic Networking for Small Business (DyNet), April 2, at the Robert H. Mollohan Research Center in Fairmont, W.Va.
  • District releases Upper Ohio Navigation Study for public review

    Corps releases Upper Ohio Navigation Study for public reviewThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,